THE BOOKS

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The Way of the Righteous: A Study of Psalm 1

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Reginald McClendon

$7.50

 

This study of the First Psalm reflects the rich biblical exposition that characterized the missionary and pastoral ministry of Reginald McClendon over more than fifty years. Sound exegesis and in-depth analysis form the basis for proper understanding and personal application of the text. This thoughtful, practical, and easy-to-read study satisfies both the mind and the heart of the student of Psalm 1.

Glimpses of the Christ: Sermons from the Gospels

Jarl K. Waggoner and James P. Coffey, edtiors

$10.99

 

This collection of sermons and essays from the Gospels gives us glimpses of the Christ, touching on His unique person, His profound teaching, His miracles, and the salvation He secured through His death and resurrection. Some of America’s finest expository preachers explain the Gospel texts with depth and understanding and always with a view toward personal application of the truths they reveal.

The Rapture and Beyond

John C. Whitcomb

$10.00

From the rapture of believers and their heavenly rewards, to the amazing events of the tribulation, to the coming kingdom with its temple, The Rapture and Beyond focuses on important themes of biblical prophecy, their proper interpretation, and their relevance to Christians today. Now revised and expanded with three additional chapters.

 

"... replete with a love for God's Word accompanied by irrefutable biblical documentation.”

 --Richard Mayhue, Masters Seminary

 

"... a wonderful resource for investigating future events as revealed in Scripture."

--Paul Benware, Arizona Christian University

Jesus Christ: Our Intelligent Designer

John C. Whitcomb

$10.00

Is Intelligent Design the Christian's answer to evolutionists and their naturalistic explanations for origins, or is it an unacceptable compromise that sacrifices the true Creator for an undefined designer? Is it a powerful apologetic for the biblical faith or a watered-down version of creation that intentionally leaves out the gospel of Christ? Renowned theologian John Whitcomb addresses these issues in a succinct and careful analysis of the Intelligent Design Movement, arguing that while intelligent design is essential to biblical Christianity, it is infinitely insufficient.

 

 "John Whitcomb ... is one of the great theologians of our day and a pioneer of creation scholarship. He sees clearly the dangers of bringing wrong thinking into the church. We would all do well to heed his insightful advice."

--John Morris

Understanding the Parables of Matthew 13

Reginald McClendon

$7.50

 

The seven parables of Matthew 13 have challenged Bible students for centuries. Yet, while they are often misunderstood or ignored, the parables present important principles for living today, even as they look forward to the end of the age. Employing sound, contextual interpretation, Pastor Reginald McClendon clearly presents the simple yet profound truths Jesus was teaching through these stories.

The World's Views: A Christian Perspective on the Beliefs of Our Day

Jarl K. Waggoner

$7.50

 

The Bible presents a comprehensive worldview that guides Christians in every area of life. But it is not the only worldview competing in the marketplace of our culture. Other philosophies of life vie for the attention and devotion of people and are shaping the thought patterns of the world.  

 

In THE WORLD’S VIEWS, the author takes a look at the prevailing beliefs of our day, holding them up to the light of Scripture. Christians will find the brief introductions to humanism, pluralism, atheism, and other worldviews a helpful tool in evaluating these systems of thought and in sharpening their own understanding and application of the Christian worldview.

Jungle Harvest: God's Word Triumphs in Tila Hearts

Ruby Scott

$9.99

 

The Tila people of southern Mexico did not readily welcome to their village Ruby Scott and Viola Warkentin. But as the New Testament was translated into the Tila language, the two missionaries saw a great harvest of souls as people began to listen to the Bible and read it for themselves. This is the exciting, firsthand account of how God’s Word triumphed in Tila hearts, as told by master storyteller and missionary Ruby Scott. From her early days in the village, enduring nightly assaults upon her home, to a hilltop many years later, looking back on the work God did there, Ruby Scott tells her story with warmth, humor, and an undying love for the people she lived with, cared for, and witnessed to.

Sketches of Church History: From AD 33 to 604

James C. Robertson, edited by Jarl K. Waggoner

$10.99

This revised edition of J. C. Robertson's popularly written classic makes early church history come alive for modern readers. Brief chapters focus on key people and events of the first six centuries of the church, providing a historical framework for Christianity and a wealth of illustrative material for pastors and teachers. In this new edition, the language has been updated, and charts, pictures, and study questions have been added, making the book ideal for college and church classes and homeschool students, as well as for individual study.

Sketches of Church History: From AD 589 to 1517

James C. Robertson, edited by Jarl K. Waggoner

$9.50

 

This second volume of J. C. Robertson’s classic SKETCHES OF CHURCH HISTORY highlights key people and events in Christianity from AD 589 to 1517. This newly revised edition features updated language, photos, charts, and study questions. The brief, easy-to-read chapters will give Christians of all ages a basic understanding of their pre-Reformation heritage.

The Black Tortillas Don't Talk Anymore

Ruby Scott

$9.99

 

THE BLACK TORTILLAS DON'T TALK ANYMORE is a collection of missionary stories from the personal experience of missionary and master storyteller Ruby Scott. These short stories highlight the trials and triumphs of people hearing the Word of God for the first time, whether through the spoken or written word or through phonograph records (Black Tortillas). Each story is accompanied by devotional thoughts, making the book especially suitable for Sunday school classes, youth and adult meetings, and devotional messages.